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Communication

Welcome to the Communication Program

Instruction and learning opportunities in our program are outstanding! Our program values a broad-based and ethically centered education that prepares students for a profession, democratic citizenry, and a productive personal life.

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The School of Humanities offers a B.A. degree and minor in Communication. Students may choose one of four concentrations to complete the degree: Communication Advocacy, Digital Media, Journalism, and Public Relations. (see degree requirements)

An acquired understanding of communication theory, research, and practice are central to the department’s mission. Effective communication has limitless applications across computer-mediated and face-to-face professional and personal contexts.

Co-curricular opportunities in digital media and student performance organizations enhance classroom instruction. The program's internship program places advanced students in positions outside the university, where they contribute substantive service to the community and professions.

The Communication Program also offers an interdisciplinary Master of Arts degree program. (see degree requirements)

News & Bulletins


Online M.A. Program in the Works

The Communication Program is developing an online MA that will open to students Fall 2018. The degree will be 100% online, and will concentrate on Strategic Communication. Students will complete a wide range of classes including Communication Proseminar, Quantitative Methods, Qualitative Methods, Communication Theory, Interpersonal and Conflict Communication, Criticism of Contemporary Communication, Communication Law and Ethics, Persuasion, Communication and Gender, Organizational Communication, Creative Media Strategies and Techniques, and Public Relations Practices.

Our most recent Traveling Scholar, Dr. Diana I. Bowen, explored the life and work of Gloria Anzaldúa
ULM Student Journalists Receive Top Awards

KXUL Radio & Hawkeye


KXUL Radio -  91X, as it is known, is the 8,500-watt student-staffed FM radio station operated within the college. 91X is on the air with its modern rock format 24 hours each day, throughout the year. Students of all majors and classes are invited to join the 91X staff of volunteers. A limited number of work-study positions are available for the more experienced on-air staff members of the station, and for the station's student managers.

The HawkeyeThe Hawkeye is an award-winning student newspaper and online news source of the University of Louisiana at Monroe.

 


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